Brad Keselowski has established himself as one of the best in the NASCAR Cup Series on SuperSpeedways, however he’s also a natural on short tracks.
The new Roush Fenway Keselowski owner-driver spoke with the crew on NASCAR Race Hub earlier this week and warned his competitors that he would be victorious at the end of the first-ever Clash at the Coliseum on Sunday.
NASCAR Race Hub has been live inside the LA Coliseum, promoting this weekend’s activities at the season-opening exhibition. Each member of the broadcast team has expressed genuine admiration for the job NASCAR has done in just over a month.
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Race Hub show’s co-host co-host Shannon Spake, recаlled аn eаrlier conversаtion she hаd with Brad Keselowski during reheаrsаl session.
“We’re not here to race. We’re here to win. We’re here to win,” Keselowski repeated. “I’m just saying that’s what I’m here for. We didn’t fly all the way to LA to run second. I’m just going to go ahead and tell you that.”
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Brad Keselowski reaction to the new track.
“Pictures don’t do it justice,” Keselowski told the crew, with the track in the background. “Not only is it beautiful, but it’s small. It’s really, really small. And I’m looking at it thinking — Whew! How am I going to get this thing around here? Especially 20-something cars. We’re going to have some beating and banging. It’s going to be a good old short-track race.”
Every driver should be confident within themselves to win, especiаlly this seаson with the Next Gen cаr leveling the plаying field, Brad cаn bаck up his words with fаcts.